Discoveries

By Rochelle Lash Tel Aviv, the social and culinary capital of Israel, is on the cusp of a boom in hybrid hotel-condos, and that’s a good thing. The city is so appealing that after your first visit, you’ll want to buy in and stay forever. The divine Jaffa Hotel, an

  Story by Brian E. Clark  Wisconsin’s Door County has long been famed for its cherries.  And I’ve eaten more than a few on visits over the past two decades to this finger-shaped peninsula that sticks out into the northwest corner of Lake Michigan.  The best cherry laced repast I’ve

By Evelyn Kanter “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” August 18, 2020 is the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote. It’s hard to believe

By Everett Potter It was nearly 20 years ago that I first visited the newly opened Moonlight Basin, which lies on the northwest side of Montana’s iconic Lone Peak in Big Sky. The skiing was fantastic and Moonlight proved to be an ambitious if slow-growing resort. Homes, condos, townhomes and

Story & photos by Paul Clemence As Switzerland begins to open up from quarantine, locals in Zürich have a cool urban option to both enjoy the Spring weather and yet keep up the still ongoing preventive social distancing guidelines. Located in the Oerlikon district at the Zurich-Nord part of town

GLP is proud to announce the  “Best Sustainable Tourism Films of 2020” Chosen from over 100 video submissions by travel trade organizations and filmmakers from around the globe, GLP is thrilled to announce the official selections for the “Best Sustainable Tourism Films of 2020.” The winning films transport us to five continents

  By Larry Olmsted An unusually destructive hurricane – even for the worst possible Category 5 – 2017’s Irma was considered the most powerful storm ever for the open Atlantic region and the worst to hit the U.S. since Katrina twelve years earlier. In addition to catastrophic destruction across the

  By Ruth J. Katz I had magic on the brain: I was expecting to spy Harry Potter, at the very least. Maybe our hotel would resemble Disney’s Magic Castle. I was, to be clear, entering a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Village), the town of Valle de Bravo in the Mexican State of México,

by Mark A. Thompson Soon after we arrived in the massive sunlit Conservatory at MGM National Harbor, we began to notice the young men. Groups of three and four striding through the two-story atrium, ascending the grand staircase, riding the escalator. Scores of well-groomed young men entering the lobby beneath

By Julie Snyder (In Part One of Nordic Sampler, which you can read here, Julie explored Iceland, Helsinki, Stockholm, and Copenhagen. Now the journey concludes in Norway.) Fifth Stop: Oslo, Norway Arriving by overnight ship from Copenhagen, we found Oslo rather enigmatic—a landslide of contemporary development melded with centuries‘-old tradition.